Who to contact about what
We have a Street Champion Co-ordinator
Public Realm Office
Stubbs Mead Depot
Croydon CR0 3RL
Mobile: 07825 103788
Who tells us:
Flytip@croydpon.gov.uk should be used for reporting of flytipping issues, overgrown vegetation, untidy front gardens, bins on footways
email@example.com for any issues around cleansing, abandoned vehicles.
We have also gathered the following notes on what to do about issues in our streets
About satellite dishes:
Stephen Whitfield, Croydon Council, this is what he says:
The regulations regarding satellite dishes can be found in Cass H of the Town and Country planning (General Permitted Development)( England) Order 2015.
Within a Conservation Area there is a restriction which prevents dishes which are “on a chimney, wall or roof slope which faces onto , or is visible from, a highway”.
There is a complication in that any development which has been in existence over 4 years becomes immune from enforcement action so we probably can do little in relation to any dishes which have been in place for 4 years, and new ones on the same premises become very difficult to resolve.
If you wish to report locations to us for investigation then please email as many details as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Enforcement Officer (Enforcement & Trees Team)
Bernard Weatherill House
Floor 6, Zone A/B
8 Mint Walk
Tel: 020 8726 6800 ext. 63051
For trees in our streets:
Trees & Woodland Officer
020 8726 6000 ext 62387
For trees in our gardens:
020 8726 6800 ext. 62048
For all things relating to the preservation of the East India Conservation Area:
020 8726 6000
If a car is parked illegally:
Croydon council no longer operates a car removal service for illegally parked cars. If someone has parked blocking your drive for example then call the Parking Enforcement Team on 020 8760 1966.
If your call is relating to a dropped kerb offence the team are required to take some specific details from you to confirm residency at the address, this will be your name, address and contact number. They also require the make, colour and registration of the offending vehicle. Once these details have been taken they will then dispatch an officer as soon as possible to attend and issue a parking fine where appropriate.